NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Boston University’s College of Engineering yesterday said it will partner with German biotech Fraunhofer to develop microarrays for molecular diagnostic applications.
 
When it begins in January, the so-called BU-Fraunhofer Alliance for Medical Devices, Instrumentation and Diagnostics will be a 5-year, $5-million jointly funded initiative that will work with the school’s Department of Biomedical Engineering.
 

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